St. Lawrence String Quartet: Debussy, Haydn, and John Adams

July 20, 2021 | 7:30 pm America/Denver
The Robert Mann Chamber Music Series continues with a performance by the St. Lawrence String Quartet, an ensemble known for “not only virtuosity, intelligence, and imagination but also extraordinary passion” (New York Times). The Quartet — once guided and coached by Mann himself — performs works by Haydn and Debussy, as well as John Adams’ first String Quartet. In the words of The Washington Post, “If good relationships are built on trust, the bond between the St. Lawrence String Quartet and composer John Adams is a marriage made in chamber music heaven.”
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St. Lawrence String Quartet

Program
Franz Joseph Haydn, Quartet in D Major, Op. 20, No. 4
John Adams, String Quartet No. 1, First Quartet (2008)
Claude Debussy, String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 10

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